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PROVIDENCE -- Three businesses were recently awarded loans totaling $410,000 by the RI Small Business Loan Fund Corporation, which is overseen by the RI Economic Development Corporation. Dynamic … more
NEW SHOREHAM -- Electric rates for Block Island residents will be reduced by 10 percent under rate filings submitted to the state Public Utilities Commission by Block Island Power Co. Electricity … more
JOHNSTON -- Superior Court Associate Justice Frank J. Williams last month ordered Metals Recycling to immediately abate and prevent objectionable odors emanating from their Johnston facility. The … more
PROVIDENCE -- The Human Resource Investment Council was among 23 state and local programs to receive funds from the U.S. Department of Labor to enhance employment opportunities for people with … more
PROVIDENCE -- Holiday Central will again be United Way of Southeastern New England's seasonal offering for 2000 and will be administered through the Web site at www.unitedwaysene.org from November 6 … more
PROVIDENCE -- The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority ferry running between Providence and Newport received an $879,000 federal grant. The grant awarded to the Rhode Island Department of … more
WARWICK -- Network Six, Inc. reported contract revenue earned for the quarter ending September 30 of $2,6 million up 2 percent from the same period a year ago. Net income for the period was down 33 … more
One of the more difficult bond issues to understand is Question 6, calling for a Constitutional Convention to establish co-equal branches of government, specifically to exclude legislators from serving on the boards and commissions they create and oversee. It's not the issue that's difficult to understand, but rather the failure of the various groups that support it, to lobby sufficiently for it. more
Almost eight years ago the state and federal governments repealed their taxes on luxury boats. As a result, the state economy has been boosted by nearly $3 billion dollars in growth, some industry members and state officials say.

Michael Keyworth, executive director of East Bay Economic Initiative a partnership between government and private business dedicated to promoting the marine industry in Rhode Island, said since the repeal of the state's 7 percent sales tax and the federal luxury tax -- 11 days apart from each other -- in 1993, the entire industry, including tourism and supporting business, has grown steadily, with 1999 estimates making it a $4.1 billion industry. more
Marian Marcoccio has been promoted to general manager at EvoCare/American HomePatient in East Providence. She is responsible for the operations of Infusion Services and the Home Health Care Agency. … more
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